Published: 16:15, 14 September 2018
| Updated: 20:07, 14 September 2018
The Brexit campaigner Gina Miller chose Kent to launch a campaign she says will help people understand the implications of leaving the EU.
The campaign was kick-started in Dover - a key Brexit heartland - with a website called ‘end the chaos’ central to the initiative.
Miller, who took the government to court questioning whether it had the right to trigger Article 50, said her website would be a place where anyone could place information and data about leaving the EU - a transparent platform for local councils, business and academics.
That included information relating to the government plans for Operation Brock, which is being put forward as a solution to using the M20 as a lorry park, where there is disruption or delays at the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel.
“If we get information about Operation Brock we will put it on our website,” she said.
She denied that the initiative was simply an anti-Brexit movement.
She claimed he government was in a state of panic and with just weeks to go before MPs vote on any deal there were too many unanswered questions about how it would deal with the impact.
“Our politicians are failing to provide clarity or promote understanding. clarity and understanding is what will end the chaos,” she said.
People who voted to leave were having second thoughts she claimed.
“This is not what Britain deserves.
"This listless drift towards an unknown outcome gives no confidence to anyone,” she said.
“Help us to avoid the catastrophe of a future marred by self-inflicted wounds, squandered opportunities and unfulfilled hopes and dreams."
She told an audience in the town hall that she had chosen Dover to launch the campaign because it was stronghold for Brexiteers.
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